Social and Behavioral Sciences Division

SBS Division Office Hours
Friday, August 26, 2016
7:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.


The Social and Behavioral Sciences Division provides a comprehensive and varied learning experience for all students.  General education classes are scheduled early in the morning, throughout the day and most weekday evenings.  We also offer full-semester, late start, and full credit 8 week classes taught by faculty members who are experts in their field.  Classes are interactive and taught in various modes such as large and small lecture, online and hybrid classes that combine face -to-face with online instruction.                                                       

Division Mission

To educate students for a lifetime of success

 

Gerontology Certificate Program

This certificate program is a multidisciplinary approach to the study of aging, the aging population, the aging process, and society’s response to the increasing population of older individuals. For more information, visit the Gerontology site.

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College Prerequisite Evaluation Form
For courses that DO NOT require a math or English prerequisite.
Fax form with attached transcripts to 949/ 347-7363 or email to: scsbs@saddleback.edu.

FALL 2016 SEMESTER
SEATS AVAILABLE

FULL SEMESTER
(8-22 TO 12-18-16)

 
Ticket # Course ID Course Title Start
Date
End 
Date
Meeting Times
 
Room
 
15450 ANTH 1 Biological Anthropology 8-22 12-18 TTH12:30pm-1:451 BGS 340
15460 ANTH 1 Biological Anthropology 8-22 12-18 F8:00am-11:05 BGS 340
15525 ANTH 1L Biological Anthropology Lab 8-22 12-18 F12:00pm-3:05 BGS 340
15595 ANTH 2 Cultural Anthropology 8-22 12-18 W2:00pm-4:50 BGS 244
14140 CD 15 Child, Family, and Community 8-22 12-18 T7:00pm-9:50 BGS 134
14145 CD 101 Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children 8-22 12-18 M11:00am-1:50 BGS 135
14380 CD 111 Child Guidance and Communication 8-22 12-18 T4:00pm-6:50 BGS 135
14450 CD 123 Infant and Toddler Development 8-22 12-18 TTH 12:30pm-1:45 BGS 135
21120 ECON 2 Principles (Macro) 8-22 12-18 ONLINE  
21160 ECON 4 Principles (Micro) 8-22 12-18 F8:00am-11:05 BGS 328
15525 ES 1 Multicultural Experiences in the U.S. 8-22 12-18 T5:30pm-8:20 BGS 327
17375 GEOG 1 Physical Geography 8-22 12-18 M3:00pm-6:05 BGS 347
17390 GEOG 1 Physical Geography 8-22 12-18 T6:00pm-8:50 BGS 347
17460 GEOG 1L Physical Geography Lab 8-22 12-18 F12:45pm-3:50 BGS 347
80560 HIST 11  Perspectives of Peace Studies 8-22 12-18 TH6:00pm-9:05 BGS 329
20950 PS 1H Honors American Government 8-22 12-18 MW3:30pm-4:45 BGS 341
20510 SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology 8-22 12-18 MW8:00am-9:15 BGS 339

1st 8-WEEK
(8-22 TO 10-16-2016)

Ticket # Course ID Course Title Start
Date
End Date Meeting Times
 
Room
 
17415 GEOG 1 Physical Geography 8-22 10-16 TTH2:30pm-5:15 BGS 327
20570 SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology 8-22 10-16 ONLINE  

LATE-START
(9-12 TO 12-18-2016)

Ticket # Course ID Course Title Start Date End
Date
Meeting Times
 
Room
 
15625 ANTH 16 Archaeological Field Methods 9-24 10-15 S8:00am-4:10 BGS 340
17520 GEOG 2 Cultural Geography 9-12 12-18 ONLINE  
19245 HIST 16 History of the United States to 1876 9-12 12-18 ONLINE  
19285 HIST 19 United States Since 1945 9-12 12-18 ONLINE  
19325 HIST 32 California History 9-12 12-18 ONLINE  
19195 HIST 70 History of Asia to 1800 9-12 12-18 TTH2:00pm-3:15 BGS 134
21025 PSYC 1 Introduction to Psychology 9-12 12-18 ONLINE  
20295 PSYC 5 Psychological Aspects of Human Sexuality 9-12 12-18 ONLINE  
20320 PSYC 7 Developmental Psychology-Childhood Through Adolescence 9-12 12-18 ONLINE  
20545 SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology 9-12 12-18 TTH11:00am-12:15 BGS 339
20685 SOC 125 Sociology of Aging 9-12 12-18 ONLINE  
20695 SOC 180 Introduction to Gerontology 9-12 12-18 ONLINE  

2ND 8-WEEKS
(10-17 TO 12-11-2016)

Ticket # Course ID Course Title Start
Date
End
Date
Meeting Times
 
Room
 
17360 ANTH 1 Biological Anthropology 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
14490 CD 15 Child, Family, and Community 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
14495 CD 15 Child, Family, and Community 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
14515 CD 101 Principles and Practices of Teaching Young Children 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
14385 CD 114 Creative and Dramatic Arts in Early Childhood 10-17 12-11 TH7:00pm-9:50 BGS 135
14595 CD 133 Care and Education for Infants and Toddlers 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
14605 CD 140 Curriculum and Strategies for Children With Special Needs 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
80510 ECON 2 Principles (Macro) 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
17420 GEOG 1 Physical Geograpahy 10-17 12-11 TTH2:30pm-5:20 BGS 327
19220 HIST 4 World History to 1500 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
19280 HIST 17 History of the United States Since 1876 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
20310 PSYC 5 Psychological Aspects of Human Sexuality 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
80315 PSYC 125 Psychology of Aging 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
20590 SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology 10-17 12-11 TTH2:00pm-4:45 BGS 339
20660 SOC 10 Introduction to Marriage and Family 10-17 12-11 ONLINE  
15210 WS 120 Women and Careers 10-17 12-11 ONLINE